Total Enrollment: 14,640
Institution Size: 10,000 - 19,999
Campus Setting: Urban
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral and first-professional
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 9,724
Total Grad Enrollment: 4,916
High School GPA
I just graduated from BC in 2010 and overall had a phenomenal experience. I loved that it maintains an enclosed campus, and at the same time is located just a quick train ride or cheap cab to...
The worst thing about BC is the lack of professors. I was an Economics major in the school of Arts & Sciences, and I struggled every semester junior and senior year to get in the classes I wanted...
It's a tie between the amazing people and the unique culture that exists at BC. The people who I met in classrooms, on service trips, at parties in the mods, or on the street because we're both...
Housing is a hassle. The system of awarding some students 3 years of on campus housing, and some students 4 seems unfair and splits up friends. That said, I believe plans are in the works to have...
Access to a first-rate education. Justly billed as a school with great sports, BC also very much deserves a reputation based on its academic excellence. The school's well-known academic prestige...
The homogeneity. By and large, BC is composed of white, affluent, heterosexual prep school kids. If racial diversity is of utmost importance to you in your college search, then BC is not the school...
I wish I knew The emphasis on Catholicism
Every student at this school needs Honestly? A North Face zip up. And rain boots...BC has serious puddles.
Another awesome thing is The location: Boston with the benefit of a well defined campus.